Wild About Blueberries

Learn more about what wild blueberries can do for you.

Health Information on the Wild Blueberry
Excerpt taken from nswildblueberries.com

Wild blueberries are a nutritious treat that is a good source of Vitamin C and dietary fiber. There is no fat, sodium or cholesterol and only 80 calories per cup of berries. As well, recent studies have shown that the pigments that give the wild blueberries their unique color provide many health benefits. LEARN MORE

Nature’s Antioxidant Superfruit
Excerpt taken from wildblueberries.com

Wild Blueberries are a potent ally in the battle to stay healthy and age well. Packed with phytochemicals such as anthocyanin, Wild Blueberries are being studied for their powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that may help protect against diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes and Alzheimer’s. LEARN MORE

Sweet Nutrition
Excerpt taken from marquecanadabrand.agr.gc.ca

Thanks to market demand, there’s been a dramatic increase in blueberry growing area and production during the past decade—for both wild and cultivated varieties. This demand is fuelled by a rising awareness of the health benefits associated with dietary antioxidants, which occur naturally in a number of berries. Blueberries are extremely rich in these antioxidants, which makes them especially appealing to health-conscious consumers. They are also low in calories, high in fibre and nutrients, and may contribute to heart health since they appear to act as an anti-inflammatory and may reduce blood cholesterol levels. LEARN MORE